Steve Angeles

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Steve Angeles

Steve Angeles has been with ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel since 2005. Steve started out as intern and joined the staff as a member of the production team. Steve has become a full-time general assignment reporter who first covered the San Francisco Bay Area.  As of 2010, Steve covers Los Angeles and Southern California as a “one man band” video journalist.

He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts at San Francisco State University. He went to El Camino High School in South San Francisco where he played football, ran track, wrestled, and was a part of the school’s Audio Video Club. Throughout the years at ABS-CBN, Steve has been part of the production staff for shows such as Speak Out, Myx Music Channel, Citizen Pinoy, and Adobo Nation.

As a general assignment, “VJ” Steve is excited to cover any and everything from red carpets to court cases, sports, and community events and issues. In 2007, the National Donor Program Nominated Steve for a Media Excellence Award, for his coverages on bone marrow related illnesses. In 2012, he was named as one to the Philippine Press Photographers Association of America’s list of 100 Most Outstanding Filipino Americans.

Steve was born in Quezon City, and moved to San Francisco at age 3. The son of comedian Louella Albornoz and Andrew Angeles, a former media practitioner in the Philippines, Steve is no stranger to television. He is the godson of Filipino entertainment institutions such as Nora Aunor, Lino Brocka, Maryo De Los Reyes, and Jake Tordesillas.

He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts at San Francisco State University. He went to El Camino High School in South San Francisco where he played football, ran track, wrestled, and was a part of the school’s Audio Video Club. Throughout the years at ABS-CBN, Steve has been part of the staff for shows such as Speak Out, Myx Music Channel, Citizen Pinoy, and Adobo Nation.

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